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TBA President and CEO Eric Sandberg and TBA Assistant General Counsel Celeste Embrey discuss the importance of participating in ABA's annual Government Relations Summit in Washington, D.C., taking place in March. Mike Mauldin, Chairman, President and CEO of First Financial Bank in Hereford, Texas, shares stories of attending the Government Relations Summit for the first time. Brien O'Connor answers the insurance question of the week.
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Ever since Obama declared that Trayvon could have been him years ago, the nation has turned it's attention to the black community. Bill O'Reily said that the president and blacks should stop blaming oppression for the down falls of the black community. Some activists, including Tavis Smiley responded to O'Reily's comments and now we have a great debate. But what we really need are some solutions. Call in this Tuesday at 8pm to comment on the HOT TOPIC ~ "RACE RELATIONS AND THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT" Call 760.283.4647 to comment or click www.eblockradio.com to see us LIVE on uStream!! DON'T FORGET TO FOLLOW THE CREW ON TWITTER @HoodHowardStern and @RealMonkMoney
Join BluPrint when we interview Craig M. Muckle, public affairs and government relations guru who will enlighten our listening audience on public relations, public relations strategy and the importance of management counseling as it relates to policy decisions, communication and taking into account public opinion and the organization's social and citizenship duties.
Craig is the manager, public affairs and government relations for the Eastern Division of Safeway, one of North America’s largest grocery retailers, and has served in that role since August 1997. He is responsible for media, government, community and consumer relations activities for all 130 Safeway stores located in the mid-Atlantic region (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.) and is an Adjunct Professor at Howard University.
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Whether it's used during election season, to promote a new product, to get people to attend an event, or used fictitiously by our beloved Olivia Pope on ABC's 'Scandal' Public Relations is everywhere. Join us as we discuss Public Relations as a profession, entrepreneurship, developments, and the future of the field with the Founder and CEO of 'House of Success', Sakita Holley. Let's discuss...
This Friday, most of us will be celebrating our independence and freedom. Not many remember that the spark which started the greatest experiment in history, was the Declaration of Independence, signed January 18, 1777. Does that Declaration still hold true today? Has there been a recurrence of similar "injuries and usurpations" by recent presidents? Congresses? The unlawfull actions of whom have been sworn to and upheld by their Courts?
In this episode we'll be comparing that famous declaration of 1777 with a lessor known declaration, but this one just might become as famous. The Declaration of Dissolution of Government by Gary Hunt, has been mentioned several times on another TVFMontana show, The Montana Republic that airs every Tuesday night. In case you missed the July 1 episode, you might want to check out the pod cast.
You can also view the Declaration of Independence, The U.S. Constitution as well as other interesting historical facts here The Citizens Rule Book.
So join us this Independence Day Eve. Lets talk freedom vs tyranny and shoot off some real fireworks.
Myron Coureval Fagan, an American Jew, was an American writer, producer and director for film and theatre and a red scare figure in the late 1940s and 50s. Fagan was an ardent anti-communist.
In 1945, Fagan claimed he saw secret documents of the meetings in Yalta, shown to him by author John T. Flynn, that led him to write the plays Red Rainbow, and Thieves Paradise. Written in 1945, Red Rainbow portrays Roosevelt, Stalin and others in Yalta plotting to deliver the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Berlin to Stalin. Left-wing groups in the New York opposed the production of the play and Fagan had difficulties getting financial backing to produce it. Fagan took the play to Hollywood where he encountered even more protests against it than he had in New York.
In the late 1940s Fagan launched a one-man crusade against what he claimed was a "Red Conspiracy in Hollywood". Out of this crusade would come the Cinema Education Guild.
In 1953, Red Rainbow was produced by Bruce Fagan and staged for 16 performances at the Royal Theatre between 14 September and 26 September.
Written two years later, Thieves Paradise portrays the same group plotting to create the United Nations as a Communist front for one world government
Despite opposition, Thieves Paradise opened at the Las Palmas Theatre in Hollywood on December 26, 1947. It starred Howard Johnson who was subject to a campaign of harassment so bitter and intense that it sent him to St. Vincent's Hospital with a nervous breakdown after six performances and never made another movie in Hollywood. Thieves Paradise was also produced and staged at the El Patio theatre in Hollywood in April, 1948. It opened on April 12, and, despite protest against it, was able to complete its run.
Welcome to the TechSource Podcast series. Today we are speaking with Steve McCummings, Business Development Manager of Cloud Solutions, Cisco Public Sector, about key advancements in IT consumption models by government.
Tune into another episode of Relations Slow Jamz & Adult Talk Show. Join your host duo Mr. Naz and Lady Jackie with the best in yesterday & today's slow jams with special adult talk segment "pillow talk" featuring Lady Jackie. On tonight's show we are joined with Ollie "Jewel" Wells as Oolie has an open discussion on the topic of adult pleasure toys and her upcoming adult events. Tune in, relax and be a part of our adult experience